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Texas Rangers: 10 Reasons They Can Beat the NY Yankees »

With their thrilling 4-3 victory over the A's in Oakland on Saturday, the Texas Rangers have finally made their long-awaited return to baseball's promised land, earning their first postseason berth since 1999.While it was nearly a foregone conclusion that they would eventually clinch the AL West, considering their significant division lead, [...]

Why the New York Yankees Should Be Seriously Concerned »

Even as the defending champion Yankees finish a season that will see them win well over 90 games and possibly a division title, this team is hardly invincible and cannot even be considered on the same level as last year's juggernaut. The first and most glaring difference between this team and last is a serious lack of depth in the rotation. While [...]

2010 MLB Playoffs: Yankees Can and Should Avoid Using »

Since 1920, 391 Yankees pitchers have had a seasonal ERA of at least 5.30. Of all those pitchers, no pitcher has been allowed to pitch as many innings as A.J. Burnett. Why? Because Burnett is on a five-year deal, and he is making $16.5 million this season. Essentially, he is here to stay. It is mentally very difficult to waste $16.5 million [...]

New York Yankees Notes: C.C. Sabathia, A.J. Burnett, »

The Yankees have the Big Man on the hill tonight going up against highly touted rookie Kyle Drabek. The Yankees can at times struggle against lefties, but CC Sabathia owns the Blue Jays. They can clinch with a win tonight or if the White Sox beat the Red Sox. Here are some notes: CC is starting tonight only because the Yankees didn’t [...]

Mariano Rivera Fixed Mechanical Issues »

Via the NY Post: When arrived at Rogers Centre yesterday well ahead of most of his teammates, he sat down with the Yankees pitching coach and watched film of his recent outings. After showing Rivera that his grip unintentionally had slid toward the side of the ball from the usual on-top position, Eiland escorted Rivera to the [...]

The New York Yankees Current September Finish: »

It's been a while since I have posted an article on Bleacher Report, and as the Yankees Community Leader and Featured Columnist, I do sincerely apologize. Working a full time job almost six or seven days a week while trying to save for a wedding can take its toll on a person. But that was then, this is now. I am back! Now, onto the defending [...]

The Strange Case for the AL Cy Young »

This year's AL Cy Young voting is going to be a quirky yet interesting case. I honestly believe that there are many candidates for the award. Some people that I think are candidates could be a little outrageous and yet others are a no-brainer. Let's go through the list of potential AL Cy Young candidates.Begin Slideshow

10 Reasons the New York Yankees Won’t Make It »

The New York Yankees are sputtering down the stretch and could find themselves as the American League Wild Card team once the playoffs get underway.A.J. Burnett struggled yet again as the Yankees suffered a 7-5 loss to the Blue Jays in Toronto Monday night.New York's magic number to clinch a playoff spot is still stuck at one following their fifth [...]

Yankees Likely Stuck With A.J. Burnett in Playoff »

Last season, the New York Yankees were able to ride through the playoffs with a three-man rotation. This year's staff is not built for that. The Yankees will likely need a regular four-starter rotation when the playoffs begin. This causes a dilemma for manager Joe Girardi. Who is going to be the fourth starter? CC Sabathia is the clear ace and [...]

I Am the George Steinbrenner Plaque (Satire) »

I am the George Steinbrenner Plaque. I am 760 pounds of solid bronze living in my new digs in Monument Park.  I’m seven feet wide, wider than CC Sabathia is tall. And I’m five feet tall, taller than CC Sabathia is wide. I dwarf all these other plaques around me of famous Yankees.  Because I am the Boss.  People walk [...]

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